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Actually, I have seen the obituary of the architect of this house, sorry I don't remember his name. Seems he built thousands of houses and apartments on the east coast. Pretty famous guy. Definitely a little Wright influence. On my railroad as a kid, this was 'my house'.
The article above references Architect Samuel Paul ... Is this the same as you remember?

Gary B

The Fox Valley Railroad
Yes, that would be the man. I didn't realize his name was mentioned in the arcticle
On flickr someone posted the below this article;

We just bought this house! It was built in Macon, GA in 1966, I believe. I'm doing some research on the architect, and would love any input!
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